Parking in Greeley

Improvements are coming

Parking improvements will begin rolling out next year with new programs, rules and improvements fully in place and in effect the first Monday of April 2019.

Downtown Greeley already offers more than 2,000 free two-hour parking spots to all downtown visitors — and all downtown becomes free, no-limit parking for evenings, weekends, and holidays. All those free parking options are going to stay in place. But we want to improve downtown parking more. To that end, we are doing three things:

  • Maintaining 2-hour free parking during weekdays — and free, no-limit parking for evenings, weekends, and holidays.
  • Adding a pay-to-stay option so visitors can choose to leave their car in place longer if they wish.
  • Creating programs that encourage more parking availability in high-traffic and centrally-located downtown areas.

More details to come soon! For now, direct any questions to parking@greeleygov.com or by phone at (970) 350-9751.

Downtown Parking Permits

If you are interested in obtaining a Downtown parking permit or learning more about this service, please contact the Finance department at 970-350-9737.

Parking Tickets

Payment options

  • Online: remit-online.com/970001
  • In person: Municipal Court office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • Mail payment and citation(s) to: 
    Greeley Municipal Court
    1001 11th Avenue
    Greeley, CO 80631

Fines are due within 30 calendar days from the date of the violation. After 30 days, fine amounts are increased. After 45 days, tickets are turned over to a professional collection agency and a collection fee is added. You may receive a delinquency notice regarding your parking ticket.

Appealing a parking ticket

You have the right to appeal your parking ticket within 30 days of the violation date. If you decide to appeal your parking ticket, please use our online form or go the Greeley Municipal Court to file your appeal in person. You will receive a response from the City Attorney's office followed by an Order from the Court of the outcome of the appeal. During the appeal process, your ticket will be held in abeyance (state of suspension, frozen) until there is a ruling on the appeal. Please note that court staff cannot negotiate parking tickets.

Parking Appeals